Juan Carlos Gonzalez-Rosillo obtained holds a M.Sc. in Materials Science and Nanotechnology and a PhD in Materials Science from the University Autonomous of Barcelona. He performed his MSc and PhD research (2011-2017) at the Materials Science Institute of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), where he studied the relation of the resistive switching properties of metallic perovskite oxides with their intrinsic metal-insulator transitions for memristive devices and novel computation paradigms. He also was a visiting researcher at the University of Geneva (CH) and Forschungszentrum Jülich (DE). Then he joined the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) for a postdoctoral position (2017-2020) working on the memristive properties of lithium-based oxides for neuromorphic computing and processing of next-generation solid-state electrolyte thin films for All-Solid-State Batteries and Microbatteries. Juan Carlos has been awarded with a Tecniospring postdoctoral fellowship to join IREC and to develop thin film microbattery architectures to power micro- and nanodevices for the Internet of Things revolution.
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